byHilbert, David, 1862-1943; Wiechert, Emil, b. 1861
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Axioms, Electrodynamics, Geometry Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=TZIKAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byHilbert, David, 1862-1943; Wiechert, Emil, b. 1861
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Axioms, Electrodynamics, Geometry Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=xQMPAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
A video camera and recorder were placed inside the solid rocket booster forward skirt in order to view foam loss events over an area on the external tank (ET) intertank surface. In this Technical Memorandum, a method of processing video images to allow rapid detection of permanent changes indicative of foam loss events on the ET surface was defined and applied to accurately count, categorize, and locate such events. Topics: MECHANIZATION, PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES, PROVING, AXIOMS, PROTOTYPES
Paper outlining the author's views on the foundations of mathematics and the differences between mathematics and the sciences. This paper was prepared as part of Maxwell's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society. Topics: Mathematics -- Philosophy, Axioms, Mathematical analysis -- Foundations
Sir Isaac Newton Optics Dover Publications Inc. 1952 Acrobat 7 Pdf 16.8 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Physics, Opticks, Definitions, Axioms, Propositions, Theorems, Problems
byTilton, James C.; Marchisio, Giovanni; Koperski, Krzysztof; Datcu, Miha
The Hierarchical Segmentation (HSEG) algorithm is an approach for producing high quality, hierarchically related image segmentations. The VisiMine image information mining system utilizes clustering and segmentation algorithms for reducing visual information in multispectral images to a manageable size. The project discussed herein seeks to enhance the VisiMine system through incorporating hierarchical segmentations from HSEG into the VisiMine system. Topics: MATHEMATICAL LOGIC, OPTIMIZATION, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, GRAPH THEORY, INFERENCE, AXIOMS
Herbert Meschkowski Introduction to Modern Mathematics George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd. 1968 Acrobat 7 Pdf 25.5 Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DR2580C + flatbed option Topics: Mathematics, Axioms, Sets, Rational Numbers, Groups, Rings, Fields, Lattices, Spaces
These are the Apothegms of Enlightenment--the "clear sayings" without ambiguity or uncertainty that lead to intellectual liberation and a life fulfilled. Yet nothing here is new. Great men and women of philosophy, science, and wisdom have proclaimed these truths to every generation down through the centuries. Once more they are given to you, freely, openly, and truthfully, and with the hope that such wisdom will be heard by all. Topics: science, philosophy, wisdom, enlightenment, platonism, plato, pythagoras, neoplatonism,...
This research effort covered the development of He-3/He-4 dilution cryocooler cycles for use in zero gravity. The dilution cryocooler is currently the method of choice for producing temperatures below 0.3 Kelvin in the laboratory. However, the current dilution cryocooler depends on gravity for their operation, so some modification is required for zero gravity operation. In this effort, we have demonstrated, by analysis, that the zero gravity dilution cryocooler is feasible. We have developed a... Topics: DAMPING, DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, PLASMA DENSITY, PLASMA WAVES, PLASMAS...
A geometrical point is an abstraction, as most other objects of mathematics, like numbers, functions etc. At the same time it has some similarity with the real world, and that similarity is the justification for mathematicians to create a corresponding geometrical object called "a point". It is appropriate to present a definition of a point given by Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria, who lived around 300BC: "A point is that which has no parts or magnitude." Topics: Unizor, Math, Math4Teens, Geometry, Planimetry, Elements, Points, Axioms, Theorems, Euclid
byYamaguchi, K.; Hansman, R. John, Jr.; Kazmierczak, Michae
The focus here is on a deterministic model of the surface roughness transition behavior of glaze ice. The initial smooth/rough transition location, bead formation, and the propagation of the transition location are analyzed. Based on the hypothesis that the smooth/rough transition location coincides with the laminar/turbulent boundary layer transition location, a multizone model is implemented in the LEWICE code. In order to verify the effectiveness of the model, ice accretion predictions for... Topics: CHARGE TRANSFER, LOSSES, HOLES (ELECTRON DEFICIENCIES), ION DENSITY (CONCENTRATION), ION...
Over two years of data from the Lockheed Plasma Composition Experiment on the ISEE 1 spacecraft, covering ion energies between 100 eV/e and about 16 keV/e, have been analyzed in an attempt to extract new information about three geophysical issues: (1) solar wind penetration of the Earth's magnetic tail; (2) relationship between plasma sheet and tail lobe ion composition; and (3) possible effects of heavy terrestrial ions on plasma sheet stability. Topics: CREEP PROPERTIES, CALIBRATING, COMPUTER PROGRAMS, HIGH TEMPERATURE, INFERENCE, DISTRIBUTION...
In this �rst course in abstract algebra we concentrate on groups. Two other important algebraic structures are rings and �elds � you will likely have met the �eld axioms in LinearAlgebra I and Analysis I. Topics: Maths, Algebra, Groups, Geometry and Groups, Groups, Group Actions, Permutations, Group Actions,... Source: http://www.flooved.com/reader/1069
This book is intended for a one semester introduction to absract algebra. Instead of spending a lot of time going over background material, we go directly into the primary subject matter. We discuss proof methods and necessary background as the need arises. Topics: Maths, Algebra, Groups, Groups, Lagrange and Fermat-Euler�s Theorems, Isomorphism Theorems,... Source: http://www.flooved.com/reader/3356
byI. C. Baianu, Ronald Brown and James F. Glazebrook
A Monograph Published in: Acta Universitatis Apulensis,ISSN 1582-5329, 2011: 10 (6)-175-298'Special Issue on Understanding Complex Systems,Eds. Barna Iantovics, Ladislav HluchÂ¶y and Roumen Kountchev. Abstract. In this monograph we present a novel approach to the problems raised by higher complexity in both nature and the human society, by considering the most complex levels of objective existence as ontological meta-levels, such as those present in the creative human minds and civilised,... Topics: Categorical Ontology and the Theory of Levels (COTL), meta-levels, Non- Abelian Categorical...